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Shooting bench rest for zeroing

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by mattgriff88, Aug 29, 2014.

  1. mattgriff88

    mattgriff88 Busy Member

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    Merthyr Tydfil
    Evening all,

    im looking for a bench rest for perfect zeroing.

    i like the look of the caldwell lead sled but i can justify paying £200 for this.....

    so im looking for a cheaper option, the caldwell zero-max shooting rest, its £50 looks like just what i need.

    has anyone got one of these or something similar? are they any good?

  2. roy0110

    roy0110 Engaging Member

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    Heywood, nr Manchester
    i have never felt the need to buy one as they can be expensive and something i can manage without.
    however i have seen home-made ones of similar or even better quality built for less money.
    i recall seeing one made on youtube, the guy used some offcuts of garden decking, it didn't look saleable but was perfectly functional.
    i just had a quick browse on youtube and can't see the decking one but there are several others.
  3. Kenbarcon

    Kenbarcon Donator

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    Hunmanby, Filey
    Use a workmate, clamp the gun in it with a cloth for protection and this will give you perfect zeroing, unless your using a springer.
  4. mattyts

    mattyts Donator

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    A plate of MDF with 4 screws in each corners for adjustment and 2 V's to hold the gun, £200 saved ;)
  5. Spireiteboy

    Spireiteboy Active Member

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    I sit on the floor in the kids playroom resting the gun on the little girls toy kitchen pointing it through the bifolds into the garden. Works for me, perfect zeroing every time. :D
  6. Bemused

    Bemused Engaging Member

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    Hard to beat a front and rear bag, the MiyKit front bags on here are good and cheap.
    The £50 Deben things are useless in my experience.
  7. Pidlar

    Pidlar Big Poster

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    Perfect idea as Ken says,but as your body shape ,cheek position and stance may alter how the rifle performs in relationship to the Gun rest its always better to do a final zero check with you holding it!

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